Are you or a loved one dealing with acute or chronic illness? Are you feeling overwhelmed, vulnerable, fearful or alone? Do you want to find a way to decrease stress, discouragement and suffering? If so, attend these evening retreats that promote hope, community and healing in a sacred space.
Join Sr. Kayjoy Cooper, acj, two-time transplant survivor who has undergone dialysis for 19 years, and Patricia DeAngelis, two-time cancer survivor, as they walk you through their journeys of finding God’s love and peace through illness and suffering. They understand the range of emotions that illness brings, including fear, sadness, elation, disappointment, and the need to hope. Through these sessions, they will share their experiences of receiving God’s help and abundance in ways they never could have imagined.
The sessions will be held at Saint Raphaela Center, located at 616 Coopertown Road in Haverford. Attendees will gather in the chapel at from 7-9:30 p.m., and will even get a soothing cup of tea or coffee to help relax. The cost of the session is $15, and will be held on Wednesday September 25 and Wednesday, October 16. Register online at straphaelacenter.org or call 610-642-5715.
Sr. Kayjoy Cooper, acj, Spiritual Director and Marriage & Family Therapist, firstname.lastname@example.orgPatricia DeAngelis, R.N., Executive/Life Coach and former Health Care Executive, email@example.com